Night Ranger is an American hard rock band from San Francisco, California. He was trained in the late 1970s.
The founding members of Night Ranger are Jack Blades (bass, vocals), Kelly Keagy (drums, vocals), Jeff Watson (guitar), Brad Gillis (guitar) and Alan Fitzgerald (keyboard). On the release of his debut album (Dawn Patrol, 1982), the band was successful with the song Do not Tell Me You Love Me. This is however the second album (Midnight Madness), launched the following year, who really makes it known thanks to the ballad Sister Christian. The third album (Seven Wishes, 1985) is also a success, thanks to Sentimental Street, Four in the Morning and Goodbye.
Throughout the 1980s, the group toured extensively throughout the world. Some other albums will follow: Big Life (1987), Man in Motion (1989), Live in Japan (1990), Greatest Hits (1990), and Feeding off the Mojo (1995).
In 1996, after a break and some other musical projects (solo albums, Damn Yankees, Shaw / Blades), Night Ranger members gather in Japan for a series of concerts. They return then in studio and launch successively two new albums (Neverland, 1997, and Seven, 1998).